The Karnataka High Court has released the Karnataka HC Civil Judge Preliminary exam for all the selected candidates on August 8, 2021. The examination will be held between 2.30 PM to 4.00 PM at four centres. The court has released the official notification against 94 District Judge posts in the Karnataka High Court. The court has now released the list of eligible candidates on the official website along with their names and roll numbers. According to that, the major four centres where the examination will be held are Bengaluru City, Hubballi, Kalaburagi, Mysuru, and Shivamogga. The Preliminary Exam admit card for all the eligible candidates will be available soon on the website.
The candidates can check out the PDF available on the official website of Karnataka HC to know the centre they have been allotted. However, the candidates who wish to change their exam centre can avail the facility by drafting an email along with his basic details i.e. Candidate’s Name and Roll Number to the Registrar (Recruitment) at [email protected] The candidates have to send the centre changing mail on or before 12.07.2021 at 5.30 PM along with a valid reason. Upon failing to send the mail within the stipulated time the centre changing request will not be furnished and will be rejected by the authorities.
According to the official notification of the Karnataka High Court Civil Judge, there will be three stages in the selection process i.e. Preliminary exam, Mains exam, and Interview round. The preliminary exam will be an objective test having three parts i.e. A, B, and C. The exam will have multiple choice-based questions accounting for 100 marks. The questions in the pre-exam will be based on different ACTs of the Constitution, the Indian Penal Code, and General Knowledge. The minimum marks for passing the Preliminary exam will be 60 for Unreserved and OBC candidates while 50 marks for SC/ST students.
The Mains Exam will comprise of a Translation Paper and three Law Papers. Each section will carry 100 marks and the total marks allotted to the Mains exam will be 400. The minimum marks for passing the Preliminary exam will be 50 for Unreserved and OBC candidates while 40 marks for SC/ST students. The last stage i.e. Viva voice will be held for 100 marks followed by a computer-based test for 25 marks. Similar to the Mains exam the passing marks for the Viva voice round will be 50 marks for General and OBC candidates while 40 marks for SC/ST students.